How to make lefse, straight from Lutheran church ladies
Lee Svitak Dean, the Star Tribune's food editor, joined up with women at Central Lutheran Church to make the classic Scandinavian dish that so commonly graces Minnesotans' holiday tables.
Lee Svitak Dean
Fresh lefse, grilled one by one and stacked to the side, was made by women at Central Lutheran Church. (Lee Svitak Dean/Star Tribune)
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